If you haven’t already heard, some unapproved LEGO Ideas projects have been given a second chance on LEGO-owned Bricklink, under its Designer Program. The LEGO Store Modular Version by Krisnow from a few years ago is one such project.
Under the Bricklink’s Designer Program, the BrickLink team and invited designers of the LEGO Ideas 10K Club projects collaborated to test build and refine the projects for production.
The projects will be made available for crowdfunding in three rounds. The first five projects in each round to reach 3,000 pre-orders will be produced. The successfully crowdfunded projects will become the official Designer Program sets.
We are glad that the LEGO Store Modular Version by Krisnow has been given a second chance. It is a beautiful set that deserves to be an official set. Modeled after the standalone LEGO Store in New York and features the store’s star feature: Pick-A-Brick wall.
All told, the LEGO Store Modular Version has over 2,000 pieces and as the product name implies, it is designed to connect with other modular buildings.